Business Tips: Family Business or Job?

Business Tips: Family Business or Job?

Awesome Tip: Family Business or Job?



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4 Replies to “Business Tips: Family Business or Job?”

  1. Family business is hard. There never satisfied with what you do. I work full time and school and it’s never enough. I’ve worked 15hr days and still never enough. I basically adjust everything in life to accommodate for the business and if I don’t agree I’m negative. Don’t really know what to do here in anymore

  2. Hey Gary, just saw you at the Mpower summit; excellent talk, left me feeling very energized!

    I wanted to ask what minimum wage tasks you still do yourself? I outsource a lot of tasks, but I still spend lots of time doing things like the laundry, dishes, making myself a sandwich, making coffee, etc. I was wondering how much of those essential everyday life activities you do yourself. Thank you!